Families and students have tough choices to make every year when it comes to paying for education.

So how do you go about deciding how much college you need, if any, and when and where you can get the best version of it to suit your future plans?

Most importantly, how do you plan to pay for it?

A new documentary film called "Broke, Busted And Disgusted" is by Iowa filmmaker Adam Carroll. It explores all of these questions, and will be open for a free screening next Wednesday, March 29th from 6-8 p.m., at the Marcus-Wehrenberg Galaxy 16 Cine, 5340 Council St. NE in Cedar Rapids.

The "Life After Graduation: Exploring Your Options" seminar and movie screening are part of a Dupaco Community Credit Union series, which you can learn more about at their website. You can view the film trailer below.

Tickets are required and are in limited supply, but they are free of charge and can be reserved HERE.

[Via BrokeBustedDisgusted.com, YouTubeAdam CarrollMarcus Wehrenberg Theatre, Dupaco Community Credit Union, Dupaco Community Credit Union, Dupaco Community Credit Union]